GUESS WHAT TODAY IS!?
GET HIDDEN HERE (just click through to your favorite retailer)
I could not be more thrilled about the early reviews:
“Riveting, horrifying, and devastating, Hidden is a book you will not soon forget.”
~Kristen Mae, bestselling author of Red Water
“Creepy and haunting, Hidden is a fully immersive thriller. I dare you not to devour it in one sitting!”
~Andra Watkins, NY Times bestselling author of Not Without My Father
I guess I should tell you a little bit about Hidden, huh?
From the back cover:
Detective Edward Petrosky has always felt the pain of the world like a razor blade in his gut, even more so when he considers the killers who have escaped conviction. But he can’t let that stop him, not after a grandmother is found murdered on her front lawn, the victim of some machete-wielding psycho.
The case is strange from the outset: no one heard a thing despite the public nature of the crime. An unknown child’s footprints cover the property without a trace of the kid. And a grisly discovery in the basement has the entire police force stunned. Nothing makes sense. Whatever secrets their victim had, she’d taken them, quietly, to her grave.
But when another woman’s corpse turns up with a familiar brand on her ribcage, Petrosky realizes the horrible truth: a killer he’d thought was long gone from Ash Park has remained, lurking in their midst. And who knows how many victims this butcher has collected? For those he’s kidnapped, any day might be their last, imprisoned, unseen, with only their screams and a deranged lunatic for company.
Now Petrosky must risk everything he holds sacred to track the most sadistic killer Ash Park has ever seen, a man whose thirst for carnage extends far beyond mere bloodletting. But saving innocent lives will require an unbearable sacrifice.
One from which he may never recover.
I cannot wait to hear your thoughts on Hidden, but it got a little intense in here, eh? How about a joke? (And if you want between-the-newsletter shenanigans, CLICK HERE to join my book group).
A linguistics professor was lecturing his class. “In English,” he said, “a double negative forms a positive. But in some languages, like Russian, a double negative is still a negative. However, there is no language where a double positive can form a negative.
A voice from the back of the room replied, “Yeah, right.”
I know, I know. Groan. Thanks for being here despite my jokes, guys.